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The Paducah evening sun. (Paducah, Ky.) 1906-1929, December 31, 1910, Image 6

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Tiara a Draught to Good Account
Often In winter you dare not
open a window even though the
room be warm because the cold
air makes a draught that is dan
g erous pith a Perfection Oil
Heater there need be no danger
from draughtsI <
Open the lower part of the
window a little put the Perfection
Oil Heater In front of It and the
cold draught will be turned into a
pleasant healthful current of fresh
air The
Isolutely smokeless and odorless
gives Just as much heat as you desire It Is safe odorless and
smokeless Has an automaticlocking flame spreader
4which prevents the wick from being turned high enough to
4 smoke and Is easy to remove to clean and drop tack Burner
body or gallery cannot become wedged because of a new device
therefor It can be easily and quickly unscrewed for rcwicking
An indicator shows the amount of oil In the form Has a cool
handle Fillercap is put in place like a cork in a bottle and is
attached to the font by a chain Finished in japan or nickel
strong and durable wellmade Built for service and yet
light and ornamental
Dtaltn ErFy err lf not et your ante for dttcriffj dmiltr
to ikt Ktantt efxy cf rte
Standard Oil Company
Incorporated 1
1W e11INeM971MWelleMeWL1L
pe neteeese eta
Pittsburgh 1C0 10 rise
Cincinnati 212 01t1
Ixmiavllle 91 11 rife
l > vun vii elassIng
Mt V < non 117 47 rite
Mt Carnet 1 40 lfi rlio
a Nashville 118 23 Tlw
Chattanooga 37 03 rise
Florence 29 10 rite
JoTjcconvllle 17 01 rise
Cairo 98 19 TO
St foMlN i 00 01 fall
Pad 11 end CA OC rite
Auri alt 1GJ CI rise
Carthage Iii J n else
The Oho will continue to rise at
Paducah for tho next three days
f Arrival
Oli In Go onda
Uoiyre CowHng Metropolis
L T Hvder T mai f i < e < >
Kiiitiuky Brcokpou
NahviKe Ndufcrtlte
nobfrti > on Owens landing Brook
cport Livingston Mint
Ohio Golconda
Cowling Metropolis
feeder Brookport
Kninrky Hiverlon Ala
Nu hell i II Natlivlll
Jobi > ri > ou < Owen landing Brook
port Livingston Point
Thomas II I Ilentujr Tennoasoe
Belle or Calhoun T2v nBV < le
O jvo I at 7 a m marked S4 feet
indli ing I I a rite of < lvtea < h of a
foot fnv yesterday arty cloudy
and cod
The T J feeder arlved at 5 p
In yesterday from ibo Tennessee
river with a tow of staves She de
livered them at Brookport today
The Belle of Calhoun which ar
rived from Evanevllle yesterday af
ternoon departed for Evansvlllo at
3 oclock this afternoon
Tine John L IXUXTV rill be the
Evansville last Monday
TJi Kentucky returned from
Brook IOrt at C oelock last evening
and i i > receiving frelgit a I the wham
boat fhe leafcs at 1111 m today
for Rivcrton Ala and will reUirn
nxt IVitlay moaning
Tle riyle Is due mot of the Ten
nosai K Monday night or Tuesday
Tlio Nashville arrived from Nash
vlle Tenn iMt afternoon and will
ear r r oclock for n return trill
tihe wMl 1 return here Tuesday
Prom Nnvlivlllp the J U Rlcli
nrdn which departed i at 9 oclock
apt night If due to retuVn here
Monday on her way to Rvunevllle
Tlii towboat Thomas II Beuton
loft today forUi TfcnnoMeo river
for n tow of tN
f4Ie gorge at Wolfe creek broke
yesterday at IT odock and will
rncli tJr omo time tonight pre
vlll be jJ4fSIIC Hvansrtlle during
most of Saturday
The local weather bureau was tho
drat to get the n wa of the break
Brand had made arrangements with
ihc jiostmaster nt Alton Ind to lot
him know 1111 quickly Ale powlblo af
ter It gave way He rmelvod a tele
phone at l + 8 > 0 oclock that the gorge
had broken at 11 oclock He Imme
diately telephoned nil the boat of
flees and the telephone ami tele
graph olllee
The lee l If I oxpectoij to reeds here
Kins time tonight The gorge was
about two miles long and four or
live inthes thick The rain the rise
that swept It loose rird the warm
rain has broken the Ice considerable
and no damngo Is anticipated The
Joe te traveling nt The rate of three
or four mites an hour Evansvllle
Mr Will V Green of Philadelphia
formerly of Paducah Van in Uio
city today on business
Attorney Jt T Ltehtfoot loft this
moraine for MorganflBib on busl
new lie will roturn tomorrow
Mr 0 O Aster of Chicago ar
rived his morning to attend the bed
skle of Mrs Agiar wfco to 111 of
Pfnumona at toe reld nco of Mr
and Mrs Burl Palmer
Mr Crider Th rnb rry returned
tills morning from Kevll I attar n
Vtelt to relative
Mr Will SioltrttUrwtd tells morn
tag from Cairo after a trip on bun
Attorney John M Moore of La
Center was In the city today on
Mlewe I Keglaa and Agnes Flynn
wilt return tits evening from loul
vale where they pent the holiday
with relatives
Mr and Mrs J B Thomas re
turned to Princeton Ibis morning
Mia aeraldlue Ghiri on will return
tomorrow from Union City Toner
wbese Bfte Is visiting relatives dur
ing the boUdaye
ilr Piitl Province returned thta
morning from St Lou after a trip
en buBfnesa
Mrs James Lane 1Jrcumod
from a short visit to Grahamille
and Maxon Mills
Coffee Special
idlewild Brand Roast
Coffee fresh and strong
Four Pounds for
Granulated or pulverised
The best on the market
= = = =
T Ferry Boat G W Robertson
Leave Paducab for Owens Landing at Hn 600 am
Leave Paducah for Owens Landing at 845 am
Leave Paducah for Owens Landing at 200 pm
t Leave Paducah for Owens Landing at t 630 pm
r Leave Paducab for Broekport at 700 a m
t 1200 noon
Leave Paducah for Broakport st n 00 00 00
Leave Paducah for Drotkport at 416 pm
Leave Paducah for Livingston Point at 00 00 n 846 a JD
Leave Paducah for Livingston Point at 100 > M
Tables furnished for std parties on application
All afternoon ride for Ladles and Children for 10 seals
A Twenty Dale Hide for 111 ceutM
4 JeA
Flat Cabinet risen Diplomats
Judges Olllcliils mill Army
Washington Dec 31 President
Tuft win smile his New Years I
greeting to the world Monday
It WIN bo tho second time that the I
president and Airs Taft will offldlato
as host and ftastess at that time
honored function the White House
New Years reception In defiance
of the weather crowds gather out
ride the white house hours before
the buglers of the Marino band
trumpets tho entrance of the chief
magistrate and the first lady of the I
land to commoncp the reception of
the gilded diplomats thy judiciary
and the government officials nil of
whom nre received before tho latch
was lifted to the common people
There is a character for every role
In a world drama among the crowd I
that twists In a persistent and stamp
ing line from tho whlto house doors I
down Pennsylvania avenue Posses
sors of shiny elbows jostle blooda In
furUned overcoats with familiar
rontemptuousnog matrons of de
termined physiognomy keep ft hawk
like watch for advantageous places
In the IIna There too loan there
nro fat there are tall and there nre
mail in the thoumndt tlmt come to
hake the hand of President Taft
and 10 wteh him a Happy New Year
With the first deep boom of the
great hall clock at VI four buglers
step out from the band and sound
the presidential call The president
and Mrs Taft appear at the top of
the broad winding stair And come
down to receive the vice president
and Mrs Sherman and the members
of the cabinet and their wives The
party then mote to the southern
end of the blue room where the
president and vice president l and the
eabtnot members form a receiving
NM and the ladles take up Uilr I
1 IitMw to tho rlgfct of them Thh
commences the reeeptlcn of tho dftiJ j
lomatlc corps C
TIs It one of the most gorgeous
ppectaetes that the nuonul capital
wltnenw In the entire year Be
decked and berlbbo led with the
orders < if thar monarchs lit all
splendor of their court cotumw the
I reproMniaUvoa of the foreign rai
tlans file past i the printout It fe a
brilliant panoply of colouof red
and gold and blue scintillating here
and there wigs shining helmets of f
the Germans and the alike of the t
Oriental ambassadors and mlntatcre
The amtawadors are led by Baron
lien golmullcr von Hongervar the
AurtroHungarlan ambssemlor Ulej
since time lest l New Years reception
had succeeded to the rank of dean
of the diplomatic corps Following
him come ti l ambassador arranged
Recording to their seniority Uioid
most roeeiitly accredited to the
UaMod States coming last In alne1
Tie lart ambMtodor In line Is
Marohoio Outanl Confalonlerl the
nwwly appointed Italian ambassador I I i
Followsg him are the charges d afj
falres of the Brazilian and Chilean
embassies the representatives of
those countries having died In the
part year and no eticcwsors faring
aa yet been sent by heir govern
After the ambassador come the to
m > r8 lioaded by Senor Don Joa
qun Bernardo Caho the Costa lU1 I
ran minister who has bean for years I
dean ofUie mlnlitcrlal contingent I
The last In this lino Is Mr II Hi I
Bryn minister from Norway who I
was presented to the president only I
a few weeks ago Each ambassador
and minister Is accompanied by his 1
II1I0fore II I
Before the last diplomat had pan
ed l from sight the new chief juutlco
of the United States Edward Doug
lass White leads the associate JusUc
of the supreme court Into the reed r i
ing room They are followed by other
members of the judiciary among
hem the judges of the new courts I
of commerce and customs appeals 1
Then the pnllle1i shakes hands with j
the senators and reproientatlvos who 1
remained In Waihlngton during the 4
hoXdoy There are only a few of I
themi i 1
The congressional delegation maTkI I
the end of the first part of the ro
has played havoc with thetresscs of theI I
fair ser and druggist everywhere com 1
went OQ the fuel that they are Minns I I
large quantities of sage for waking the I
old faahioned sage tea such as was t
used by our grandmothers for promoting
the growth of their hair and restoring Its
natural color The demand for this well t
known herb for this purpose has been so I
great that one manufacturer has taken j IJ I I
advantage of the fact and has placed oaI
the market an Ideal sago tea contain
ing sulphur n valuable remedy for dan
druff and snip rashes and Irritation h
This preparation which In 1 called Wyetai <
Sage and Sulphur U sold by all leading
druggists for M cents and FI 1 a bottle or
will b + sent direct by the Wyeth Chemical
Company 74 Cortlnnilt St New York a
City upon receipt vf price I j i <
For sale and recommended by W t
W11J lit I
Skin Peeled and Flesh Got Hard and
Broke Blood flowed in Fifty
PlacesSingle Box of Cu
ticura Ended Suffering
About yea ago I was trod
bled with sore hands eo ore that when 1
I would put them In water the pain
would very nearly set me crazy tho skin
would peel off and the flesh would Ret
hard and break There would foe blOOd
flowing from at least fifty plans on
each hand Word could never tell tho
Buffering 1 endured for three years 1
tried everything that I was told to use
for fully three years but could get no
fullr tried at least eight different
doctors I but none of them Kfimxl to
do me any good nt my hands were as
bad when 1 Rot through doctoring as
when 1 first began I also tried many
remedlc but none of them ever did mo
couragetl and heartor I would fool 1
10 bad mornings when 1 got liP to think
I had to go to work anti stand the pain
for ten hours and I often felt like giv
ing up my txwition
7Ueforo I started to work mornings
separately to as to try and keep them
toft and then wear clove over the rags
to keep the > grease from getting on my
gloM In heel 1 III filet 1 had to wear
loves all the time After doctoring for
tingle box of CuUcuro j Ointment lnd1
nil my sufferings Its lxvn I eight Venn
sinew I uwj any and I dont know what
FOrt handsare IIOW nnd nover hINt lOt allay a
CutlciralOt tunic
work while using futlcura l OintiiKnU
Thomas A Clnncyntl N Montgomery
St Trenton N J Nov 11 tOW
A steels set cf utkuta ReAl and OHrtmertM
eitiro unif mit rMdiriM ItIIJ wrwouw 1
irmlimtit let iHrHKin of lh IUD and MU M
1tlvuilHiutth > wmt Hates UrucAln Corp
Bole INIOI la I rIb W Avf Joilon I 8 A
ceptlon The buglers aenin step from
their place with the bairl and found
another spirited fanfare as the doors
open to the nrmy navy and ma
tutu corps oUItelfoQlI In their full
drees uniforms Every military of
leer l otrtiuty In WariitiHlton Is there
mid tho gold lace of there uniform
Is 1 but MtUe lest gorRPOiis than the
gilded dress of the diplomats
The Second 1nrt
With the pa > SIltg of the military
the epectAQUlar feotutes of tho ro
coiitlon are at an end nnd th los
er governmont official In plain dtl
zena dothod file In In the following
orderThe SoisjltorfuW Unl AMlt ant
AttorneyQenoral Awlstant Seem
arias of the Departments AtMtetant
1IQtmllo Geneml limo Hegll1tM
and Secretary of the SiulUitonltan
Inatltitto The Civil Sorrloo Com
nvltfslonerfl the Intorctate Coniinerco
Xlommlretonors Rltu Tariff IloMrd
the Ilalrroad S curHIa Oomiiilwlon
eN the Irtfamian Ounal Commission
er the Conj mission orb of thc Dis
trict of Columbia the Treasurer of
the United rl3tatsr Librarian of Cost
grer iiI Public Printer the heads I
gat bureaus a lie swernl depart
meals the 1rez + < deut of the Coluni
bin ItwtUiitron for the Deaf and
Then follow the rations patriotic
societies who are awarded special
recognition at the New Years ReeOlI
WOn Members of the following organ
Izatton are In Itao Thu Society 1
of the dnetarmtl the Aztec Club of I
Iir47 the AMoglaled Veterans of the
War of 184Gi7 tlw military order
of the loral 1ttglnn of UK h nltcd
Status the Grand Army of the Ito
imblfe the Model of Iloaor Lesion I
the Union Veteran Leeton the
Union Veterans Unlcnt the Society
of the Army of Santiago the Sflflnlb
War Veteranci tbo Army and Navy
of the American HOol Ion and the
Oldest Inhabitants Association of the
District of Colombia
Tho Crowd
The last of the official vMtora will
have had left by one ocl < xk Mrs
fill Mrs Sherman And the ladles
of the cabinet then withdrew from
the reception line to tho state din
Ing room where rcfrolimentH nro
served In the blue room the pretri
dont and Ills cabinet square their
rliotilderfj anil prepare to receive tho
long Mire that for hours had been
ittwrlnp along tho white house
walks The presidents senile broad
ens the bugtaf round the band
breaks info a lively twostep and UIOI I
common people entor
A heterogenoui Uitonft typically
American file Into the lively music I
of the band quickened to hurry thllIII
alone The lllie moves fast until it I
reaijhes tho president but there It I
Is delayed by each Individual en
deavoring to obtain a distinctively
personal greeting from the bout
A few feet down time line from the
president ptandn several weUproora i
ed fled wellbuilt mm apparently
louuplnK carelessly about but keep
ng a careful eye on tie moving lne
as It opprorehoa alto Meeutlve Tliey j
are the secret en < co mon and not
n person reaches tho objective point
lof the lino without thohl clone ecru
tiny There are no halide wrapped In
handkerchiefs no packages are car
tied In the Uric and no one Approach
es tho pre Mont without keeping his
two hands In plain sight
The l8ri qtilukepB its tune shifts
from tho lively iwcstep to more
lively ragtime the attendants nxo
flTOI more persistent keeping
moving but Btlll tho common people
some on Until the gray of duck
heralds the ending of the winter
day they file throiiph the blue room
For the first time In many yeans
court liRa been discontinued In
Crawford courity Pa for want of a
sufficient number of cases to make
makOIlit I
0 t
> Asa New Years Gift
i i 0
rnd a Copy of J
To a Friend One Year <
< for 300
t WE are now making a mailingr
Y Y rate of 300 payable in ad
vance for The Daily Sun which af I
fords yoU an opportunity to remember
your relatives or friends very nicely
with what is virtually a daily letfer
from home
f I Phone 358 9
And the Paper Will Start
r I e At Once
I II jiilnliin Ilifomc Snrliciu and
H II 1nrjWM iho lroilicl
Otgn tribe of lied Men held the
efiiilar rectlon of oiliest last night
It the wfgwnin oil North Fourth
street M M I Foreman was appoint
ed ropreeentatlve at the great couu
ell which will meet In Owen boro
In May Tho officer elected are
J B Quinlan sachem E II Pur
year prophet A J Bradley senior
ngamore J II Woumor Junior
lagamore AI M Foreman chief of
records A J Smith keeper of wnml I
punt W R Buck collector of wnui
nim Henry IAhnhdrd I trustee
A WItltllllJ Gift
A young couple eery rwn ly
married mme Into nor storey the
other day MM UIP fllKrnnnHh with
II big silver pitcher and wanted UII to
change Uie InltioU on It eo that they j
ould give it to anolh r couple oa n i
wedding preent Timer had received I
I have suffered with piles for thirty
six years One year ngo Imit April 1 be
gan taking Catcatets for constipation In
the course of a week 1 noticed the piles
1111the 1111
Cascarets have done wonders for me I
am entirely cured and feel like a new
man George Krvder Napoleon O
Pletttat Palatable Potent Tait le OooJ1
Do CloaJ Nertr BlckcnW lien or Urlp
JOC25oWe Never soil la bulk Tbtctn
MlM tablet stamped C C Co Unvuitntl to
cure or your money bock no
three others thumsolvtts Wo can
MinetluiM do It and l sent it up to
the workroom kilt word canto back
UNIt It could not be douo In this row
iKtontieo the Initial on it had been
erewd four limos4 ow York Sun
Foley 1C id twy nut are tonic in
action quick Ju rceuhft and restore
the natural nation to the kidneys and
I bladder They correct regulari
ties Gilbert drug store
I OllHlrluIIU
A rich old man was asked how ho
made his money
Simplest thing In the world he
said I always did tile reverse of
what everybody olIo was doing If
everybody bought J sold prken
were high If everybody sold I
boucht prices were low
Just now everybody Is rushlnr to
the cities which are swelling to ab
normal size
bung man gft to the soil Tlicro
Ilea opportunity Go with knowledge
energy nnd determination to aurrwj v
In your1 huslntwe You will win tf
the people of tho swollen towns must
eat three time a day Jar days in
the year Boston Traveler
OcaaMonaUr a LnlilhonJM ntin
has a hairbreadth osoapo
Men who nro rolling In WaMi
should And a bettor ue for It
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1 Kxpcrlment with your motor or elevator when you cnn set an
experts ndvlre and service nt lie same price See
With K R 1 > Klertrto Co 0
Old bone I tta fit Ilroailtrar
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Habits determine your future Get the BANK BOOK HABIT
now and Allure for xounolf a future of Independence Deposit
your savings In the City National Dank of Paducah the Ilvoit
I10ur I most progressive financial Institution In Western Kentucky
I OuarAntecd Jlabllltr to depositors over 180000000
B D Hilghcn President rJo M Bloke Sr Chairman Doard
Jos L Friedman Vice Prest of Directors 4
Jan C Uttcrback Cashier C K Richardson Asst Cashier
Emmet S Bagby Aast Cashier
Brook Hill
Bottled in Bond
I k
Eight years old needs no introduction
to the American public
This is a reminder that some of the leading
bars cafes arid dealers in x Paducah are willing
to pay the price for the leading brand of f whiskey
sold in Americae t 1
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